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agreement to a cease-fire in the middle east, but will today's agreement stay in place? good morning. thanks for being with us. i'm marla tellez. >> i'm jon kelley. we will have more on the cease-fire agreement coming up in a few moments. first, new out of the south bay. a deadly hit-and-run in east san jose has police at this hour searching for answers. according to police, a man was hit by two vehicles after 6:00 a.m. while crossing alum rock avenue. we have bob redell on the scene this morning. he has more details on what is happening out there. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. we spoken with a local neighborhood group who does not think this was a fluke. thinks this latest fatality here at alum rock avenue is a symptom of the problems on the road. they are not surprised a person has been hit and killed. this is the third pedestrian to
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be hit and killed in east san jose. the ninth person when you take into account the entire city of east san jose. the man, that is all we know, was jay walking after 6:00 this morning while it was still dark out and most likely raining. he was attempting to cross alum rock and was 75 feet away from the nearest crosswalk when the car ran into him. the car did speed off and did not stop or return. the police are looking for the driver. it was a dark sedan. a second vehicle, a minivan, also struck the man. that driver did stop and is cooperating with police. as far as the investigation, officers have been going to the surrounding businesses. you have four businesses on this intersection here trying to see if any of the surveillance cameras caught the accident and perhaps the person who fled the scene. down the street, the east side neighborhood center for seniors
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has been trying to get the city to make the alum rock corridor safer for pedestrians, especially for seniors. you have the fast cars combined with the culture of jay walking because the crosswalks are so far apart. >> the volume of the cars that go and the traffic is really clashing together in the community. they have been for the longest time. now it is so much more. >> reporter: what the east side neighborhood center has been trying to do is to get government agencies to add a senior zone a long alum rock avenue. put more speed limit signs up and more traffic signals and try to increase the time that especially older people have when it comes to crossing the streets. reporting live in alum rock, bob redell, nbc bay area news. happening now on a brighter note. holiday travelers back your patience. millions of americans are hitting the road today to be
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with family for thanksgiving. aaa estimates more than 43 million americans will take to the roads and airways over the holiday weekend. you can expect heavy traffic on highways and interstates. 90% of those traveling will go by car. >> this is in terms of a family event, the biggest holiday of the year. while people are still paying attention to what people are spending, when it comes to making choices, carving turkey with family and friends still trumps pinching pennies. >> gas prices are down from september. nationwide, prices are about where they were this time last year. let's go to christie smith at sfo where many people spent the night. how are things going over there? >> reporter: good morning, marla. the sunshine was the best thing that travelers could hope for. when we got here overnight, it
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was dumping at sfo. since then, it stopped. there was a threat of a rain delay for some flights. we haven't seen that happen. we have seen crowds come and go. some coming so early they had a chance to get some sleep. they didn't have turkey yet, but the sleepy effects of the holiday hit early. travelers arrive three hours early just to beat the rush. >> i'm going los angeles to be with my family and i decided to be here early knowing there will be so many people here. i would rather be early and expecting a lot of people. >> reporter: jill johnson and family packed their electronics to try to pass the time. the family is headed on a long flight to belize. >> just hoping not everyone was here when i was here. i hope the lines are shorter than what they normally are. >> reporter: security lines swelled at times and snaking around terminal two. just what the early risers hoped
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to beat. >> we are going los angeles. i wasn't expecting this at all. >> reporter: what do you think when you look at it? >> it is ridiculous. i can't. i know. it's outrageous. >> reporter: sfo is expecting a record number of passengers this thanksgiving week over last. 1.2 million passengers. >> although we have year over year growth in passenger traffic, that the operation is smooth. we have heavy passenger loads. we have plenty of parking available. >> reporter: delays yesterday didn't happen again this morning despite heavy rains overnight. some travelers watching for possible fog-related delays out of chicago. others watching movies hoping the signs keep flashing on time. >> reporter: how do you expect the day to be? >> hopefully uneventful. crossing my fingers. >> reporter: the airport spokesperson says the next big rush is coming up at noon and then early this evening. their advice is to get here 90
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minutes before your flight is scheduled to take off. reporting live at sfo, christie smith, nbc bay area news. thank you, christie. you will have that to look forward to. >> i am doing that tomorrow. i hope it is nice and sunny. christina loren is reporting nice and sunny? voila? >> yes. all of the ladies will make a mad dash to the airport. he flies coach. he is not too big. good morning. temperatures out there looking good. this is sunol. i want to show you the darkest sky we could find from the multitude of cameras placed around the bay area. this is what the bay area is enjoying right now. this is san francisco. the san mateo bridge looks good. the golden gate bridge is looking fantastic. look at your temperatures. breaks of sunshine. they do wonders for the numbers. 63 in livermore. 61 degrees in san mateo.
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let's show what you is left of the showers. really not much. redwood city had a batch of rain roll through. that is now clearing out of the area. however, tahoe is getting a little something-something. you see the white and pink. that is a mix of rain and snow. the snow level is at 5,000 feet. there is a winter weather advisory if you are going to the sierra nevada. we have 10 inches above 7,000 feet. as we head throughout the day and the system pulls out, we are done with the snow. it will be spectacular. we have great looking conditions. weather to be thankful for on thanksgiving. >> well said. >> and black friday shopping. a lot of people heading out early. we will look at that forecast, too. >> spend the hard-earned paycheck. >> see you in a minute. new this morning, an oakland man has been found dead after an hour's long search and rescue
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effort. this happened at the old rock quarry in oakland behind the rock ridge shopping center. his roommate called 911 after being gone for more than an hour. they live in a condo with no backyard and a balcony that overlooks the quarry. the roommate said the man had gone out looking for his cat and never came back. divers from the alameda county sheriff's office found the body at 12:45 this morning. the fire department is not releasing the man's name. oakland police are searching for a suspect who attacked a young woman. police found the victim wearing her underwear only at international boulevard near the recreation center. investigators said she had been raped in a car. the suspect was last seen driving a light blue older model cadillac. the san jose man shot and
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killed by palm springs police officers is being laid to rest today. last night, family and friends holding a candlelight vigil for corporal allen viena at the mortuary in fremont. they say they want justice after palm springs police ran over him. his family says the officers went too far. >> we want to make sure that these guys, these two police men are behind bars. we will never stop until that happens. >> the officers involved in the shooting are on administrative leave in the palm springs police department. the family is in process of taking the department to court. one of the men accused of the violent crime spree in san jose is scheduled to make a court appearance this afternoon. 26-year-old jonathan wilbanks faces suspicion of murder and
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two counts of attempted murder and four counts of robbery. he and a second suspect were involved in four robberies and a shooting death of a man at the 7/11 store and shootout with police where an officer was injured. the second suspect, here is the sketch, is on the loose this morning. there is a $20,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. the man accused ofburg bur ieye eyesing has been delayed in court. he pleads guilty. mcfarland confessed to using a spare key found on the property which was under construction at the time. he got inside to steal ipads and iphones and computers and jewelry. he has been convicted. he will face up to eight years
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in prison. activists in san francisco say last night's ban of public nudity will not give up their fight. the board of supervisors voted 6-5 to approve the ban. nudists stripped down in protest. some passing by city hall agree they should cover up. >> when there are little kids entering city hall, that is not right. >> this is absolute civil liberty. freedom of expression. we're showing body freedom. >> the nudity ban must pass one more reading at city hall. there's also a court challenge. if it survives that, the nudity ban will go into effect february 1st. still ahead at 11:00, we mentioned at the top of the show the peace agreement in the middle east, but it does not come before israel is hit with a
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bust explosion overnight. and how one city is trying to help its homeless. reports the fbi is now involved in the hp debacle. we will take a look coming up in business news. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t.
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we are following breaking news out of the middle east. after eight days of rocket blasts, a cease-fire between israel and hamas after secretary of state hillary clinton met with top officials. in cairo, secretary clinton thanked the president personally. the cease-fire is to go into effect right now. in jerusalem, benjamin netanyahu confirmed the deal. this marks israel's guarantee it will not assassinate any leaders of hamas or any other organization. israel and hamas are committed to restoring calm after palestinians and israelis were
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killed. secretary clinton exercised a durable outcome should follow the cease-fire. >> the people of the region deserve the chance to live free from fear and violence and today's agreement is a step in the right direction that we should build on. >> now the agreement comes after this bus in tel aviv sent 19 people to hospital after a blast. though no one has come forward to claim responsibility, hamas praised it. there are reports that the fbi is involved in the investigation of hp's debacle. scott mcgrew updates us with the latest. >> good morning. it is the second american agency named in association with the palo alto company's shocking claims that it was fooled by bad numbers when it bought british autonomy. yesterday, meg whitman asked the
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sec to investigate after hp says it discovered deliberate accounting irregularities. deliberate accounting irregularities is they cooked the books. shares fell tuesday after the company lost between $5 billion and $8 billion in the deal. any other company and $8 billion goof would probably lead to resignations. those are so common at hp, that is the last things hp needs right now. back to you. thank you, scott. >> turkey day is almost upon us. will we get rained on? let's check the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. >> the answer is no. we're done with the rain for a little while. we will start with the live
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picture of beautiful downtown san jose. you see the shadow over the mountains because the sun is out in full force. it will continue to break through the clouds as we head through the day. by the way, marla tellez is lighting up the tree in downtown san jose on friday night. want to start with the beautiful -- i love live applause during my weather. beautiful live picture here. we have good clearing conditions. as i zoom out, not a drop of rain on the local radar. we are looking really good. what that means for travel conditions, everything will continue to be right on time when it comes to weather delays out of sfo. hazy sunshine in oakland. we have a few clouds in san jose. i checked with mike inouye moments ago. no incidents or weather to slow you down. a good-looking day to get out there. doesn't look as busy as it could this time of year. one of the busiest days. 64 in livermore. 64 in fremont. 64 in san jose. we are not going get that much
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warmer as the sun is breaking through the clouds. still cold air in place. a couple of days it will take to bring in the high pressure. we will see 70s into the weekend. we will see the nice dry wind out of the north start to develop and push that marine layer back out to sea. we will get some great conditions that persist all weekend long. hey, black friday starts on thursday this year at 8:00 p.m. if you are out and about, wal-mart, sears, kmart and toys r us, 66 degrees. then target at 9:00, 59 degrees. we are looking good. 5:00 a.m. friday, it will be chilly and breezy as well. then i'll be lighting up the tree at ghiradelli square. 63 degrees. look at that.
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the applause keeps coming. i feel like this is the "today" show. 66 degrees inland as we head through thursday. 64 bay side. 64 at the coast. we don't want to leave jon kelley out, marla. [ applause ] >> thank you. i'm touched. christina, for the record, i'm giving you a standing o on the inside. >> a slow clap? >> trust me. >> thank you. coming up at 11:00, big names headline the giants new movie. hear what bruce bochy is saying on the orange carpet about their film. and what this basketball player did last night that left some of the big players in the world awe struck.
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welcome back. nurses at eight east bay hospitals are on strike for a second day today demanding a new contract with sutter health. nurses and technicians walked off the job yesterday from vallejo to castro valley. at issue, salary increases and sick days and requiring nurses to pay their own health care. palo alto city leaders looking for new ways to help the homeless. the city council is considering a proposal to allow businesses and churches and city lots to allow spaces for people would live in their cars. under the six-month trial program, up to three vehicles allowed in each location. this was pushed into the spotlight after people complained about sanitation issues. we told you earlier in the
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newscast about the san francisco board of supervisors about the public nudity ban. they approved an ordinance to make the city home to the nation's smallest apartments. the micro units will be just 220 square feet. this includes kitchen, bathroom and closet space. somebody needs to call nate. the average rent for a studio is $2,000. >> a few have bay windows. that spreads them out. >> beautiful view. the giants toasting a big time debut last night premiering a new film for the holiday wish list. the giants productions hosting the 2012 orange carpet at castro theater. benjamin bratt narrating the
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documenta documentary. manager bruce bochy spoke with us. >> it is nice to watch it in a way where it is the not quite as intense and bring back great memories. i have taken some time off. i know this is something the players look forward to. you want to savor this. >> share the glory. catch the fever. this is a classic tradition by major league baseball. they have been producing this since 1943. go giants. >> bochy cleans up nice. >> looks good. you will get that one slowing down angel pagan parts. when we come back, a phenomenal individual effort of college basketball. you have to see this one to believe it. here you go little man.
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kobe bryant called it crazy and insane. what has him left in awe?
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>> maybe a highlight reel of yours? >> maybe number 38. >> meet jack taylor. sophomore at the division three school grenel. taylor goes bananas. he fires up 108 shots. on the way to shattering 136 points. he hits 27 of 71 three-point attempts. the game was so incredible, it overshadowed by a wonderful kid who lost. >> talk about on fire.
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- hey, l.l., sorry we haven't had time to get into our costumes yet. - how are we already behind today? - liz, women wearing men's watches is so over.

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